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The call for Teacher Association Project applications is now open.
This project is funded by the School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work at Queen's University Belfast, UK.
This online event is run jointly by the University of Manchester and Caritas Salford.
Find out how you can join the ICEPELL Symposium 2021 online from 7-8 June 2021.
Find out more about this FutureLearn course from University of Southampton and the University of Essex.
See our latest blog topics, take a look at the most recent posts from our TeachingEnglish bloggers, and find out how you can become a...
Read a selection of practical blog posts from our most recent topics.
Help the British Council to research trends in the use of English.
On Friday 26 February 2021, British Council Spain ran a seminar to celebrate 25 years of the bilingual education programme.
Contribute your opinions to a research survey.
A British Council Global Survey for English Teachers.
This learning module, designed specifically for teacher educators only, looks at managing teacher beliefs during teacher development...
See our latest blog topics and find out how you can become a TeachingEnglish blogger.
Read all the latest posts by our TeachingEnglish bloggers.
Contribute to this research survey about teaching English in primary schools.
Find out more about the IATEFL Young Learners and Teenagers Special Interest Group (YLTSIG) web conference from 27-29 November 2020.
Find out about the initiatives being offered by the Picturebooks in European Primary English Language Teaching (PEPELT) team.
This course is freely available for teachers of English and looks at English as it is used around the world.
Watch a recording of an online discussion about the role of experience in teachers' professional development, July 2020.
Watch a recording of an online panel discussion about the role of experience in teachers' professional development.
Watch videos by authors on their ideas for developing expertise as teachers and teacher educators.
Do you teaching English to young learners? Take part in this survey by the University of Stirling and Aston University.
Tell us your needs in our survey about teaching remotely during the Covid-19 crisis.
See our latest blog topics for April - June 2020 and find out to become a TeachingEnglish blogger.
See our blog topics for March 2020.
Our featured blog of the month award for November 2019 goes to Marek at TEFL Equity Advocates and his post 'How to write materials and...
Our featured blog of the month award for October 2019 goes to Larry Ferlazzo and his post 'The best fun videos for English language...
Our featured blog of the month award for September 2019 goes to Rajesh Kouluri and his post '3 Writing Tasks to help learners write...
We are pleased to announce NILE will once again be delivering the Professional Award for Teacher Educators.
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